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7^ American Academy Notes. 

the vivid reds, yellows, purples and browns of maples, chestnuts, oaks, 
birches and other foliage. Some of the trees are yet unchanged, and their 
bright greens add to the richness of the picture. An old bridge crosses the 
little river in the foreground, and from it a rough path leads away toward 
the mountains. 



PAELOKS. 669—752. 



From the parlors, on the first floor, only one subject has been illustrated : 
— No. 746, a strong crayon portrait, by G. R. Boynton, of The late George 
Opdyke, who was Mayor of New York City in 1862-3. 




No. 746. 27 X 33.